Mother’s Day spa gifts, NYC spa, yoga, massage, and acupuncture deals to recession-proof your wellness lifestyle
(PRWEB) May 1, 2009 — This Mother’s Day give Mom the perfect gift–a wellness retreat or spa day. Mom and daughter spa days are a great way to bond with Mom. According to Llluminari expert Dr. Janet Taylor, “Whatever grade you give your relationship, the spa experience is the perfect stress-free, self-pampering backdrop for talking, sharing, listening, and remembering.”
Mother & Daughter Wellness
Whatever grade you give your relationship, the spa experience is the perfect stress-free, self-pampering backdrop for talking, sharing, listening, and remembering. Win a $1,000 Spa Gift Certificate
InnerRewards.com has exclusive Mother Day Deals so daughters can treat their Moms to a gift she’ll truly love. And for people looking for a gift for FREE, InnerRewards.com has a giveaway–win a $1000 spa gift certificate for any Member earning the most points on the site between Thursday April 30 and Thursday May 7, 2009. This is a great perk for a recession.
Featured NYC Deals
$75 (Save $50!) Aromatherapy plus Massage at NYC premiere Acupuncturist on the Upper East Side:
Buy one, get one free! Bring Mom to a Pilates class and get ½ off her class at NYC’s celebrity-loved Uptown Pilates:
50% off Cuts at the famous Deberardinis Salon in Chelsea, a fave of models and those “in the know”:
2 hour Facial with Celebrity Skin Care Specialist Jillian Wright for $240, a $160 savings!:
Members and businesses can connect around looking good and feeling good on InnerRewards.com.
InnerRewards is a brand new social networking community and ecommerce platform for the wellness industry (spas, yoga, organic food, fitness, acupuncture and more!). People interested in health and wellness can get information, connect with one another, and buy products and services, while wellness providers can reach new customers, build their brand, and drive sales via innovative and measurable online marketing techniques. The company was founded in 2008 by Julie Elaine Brown, former new media executive for Johnson & Johnson, and includes a team with experience at companies such as PayPal, Yahoo!, Apple, and Razor fish.